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After months of negotiations, Aoun says Hariri unable to form cabinet

The Arab Weekly 21 May 2021
Tensions with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Arab nations were stoked this week by disparaging comments about them made by the foreign minister during a television interview. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Bahrain summoned Lebanon’s envoys to their countries over the remarks.
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Lebanon FM Quits After Daesh Comments Anger Persian Gulf States

Kayhan 19 May 2021
BEIRUT (Dispatches) – Lebanon’s foreign minister has asked the president to be relieved of his duties, the presidency said, after his televised comments appearing to blame Persian Gulf states for the rise of Daesh caused a diplomatic firestorm ... Kuwait and Bahrain also ...
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Offensive statements by Charbel Wahbe drive a wedge between Gulf countries and Lebanon

The Arab Weekly 19 May 2021
After meeting President Michel Aoun, Wehbe said he had submitted a request to step down “in light of the recent developments and the circumstances that accompanied the interview I gave to a television station”. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Bahrain had summoned Lebanon’s ambassadors and issued formal complaints, Tuesday.
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IPO Fever Heating up Arab Gulf National Oil Companies

FX Empire 05 May 2021
Now a new star could emerge, Bahrain’s national oil company NOGA is considering options to access private-equity funding for some infrastructure assets. Bahrain’s minister of oil Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa stated to Bloomberg Television that they are considering selling energy assets.
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Bahrain GP nominated for Bafta award

Gulf Daily News 28 Apr 2021
The 2020 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix has been nominated for one of the most prestigious awards in international television ... for the British Academy Television Awards, with Sky Sports coverage of the 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix amongst the four nominees in the sport category.
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Spectators could be back for Monaco GP, F1 chief says

Independent online (SA) 26 Apr 2021
"There is an incredible physical desire for Formula One, not just on television.". During the season-opening Bahrain GP in March, a few spectators who were vaccinated or cured of Covid-19 were able to witness Lewis Hamilton's win.
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Spectators could return for Monaco GP, says F1 chief

The Times of India 26 Apr 2021
+Text Size. SmallMediumLarge. Up Next ... "There is an incredible physical desire for Formula One, not just on television.". During the season-opening Bahrain GP in March, a few spectators who were vaccinated or cured of Covid-19 were able to witness Lewis Hamilton's win ... .
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Formula 1 CEO: Spectators could return for Monaco GP

Manila Standard Today 26 Apr 2021
However, no fans will be allowed at the races in Portugal next weekend and Spain on May 9 ...There is an incredible physical desire for Formula One, not just on television.” During the season-opening Bahrain GP in March, a few spectators who were vaccinated or cured of Covid-19 were able to witness Lewis Hamilton’s win ... .
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Formula 1 2021: Spectators could return for Monaco GP, says F1 chief Stefano Domenicali

Yahoo Daily News 26 Apr 2021
Read full article. Agence France-Presse26 April 2021, 7.01 am·1-min read ... The Italian added. "There is an incredible physical desire for Formula One, not just on television.". During the season-opening Bahrain GP in March, a few spectators who were vaccinated or cured of Covid-19 were able to witness Lewis Hamilton's win ... Also See ... .
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Formula 1: Spectators may return for Monaco GP, says CEO Stefano Domenicali

Yahoo Daily News 26 Apr 2021
Read full article. Agence France-Presse26 April 2021, 2.11 pm·1-min read. Milan ... The Italian added. "There is an incredible physical desire for Formula One, not just on television.". During the season-opening Bahrain GP in March, a few spectators who were vaccinated or cured of Covid-19 were able to witness Lewis Hamilton's win ... .
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Netflix producing documentary series chronicling Bubba Wallace's 2021 NASCAR season

Yahoo Daily News 22 Apr 2021
Read full article. Yahoo Sports ... Nick Bromberg22 April 2021, 8.07 pm·3-min read ... The docuseries has hooked non-racing fans and resulted in bigger television audiences for F1 races in the United States. The season-opening race at Bahrain averaged nearly 900,000 viewers on ESPN, the network's biggest TV audience for an F1 race ever ... Report ... .
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Bahrain's crackdown continues in Ramadan as regime forces attack political inmates in Jau prison

Press TV 19 Apr 2021
The Britain-based and Arabic-language Bahrain al-Youm news agency, citing Sayed Ahmed Alwadaei, a human rights activist and director of advocacy at the Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD) NGO, reported that prison guards stormed into Building 13 of the detention facility over the weekend and assaulted the inmates.
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Norris has made a step up, says McLaren boss

Gulf Daily News 19 Apr 2021
"They did? I didn’t think I had any fans ... "Lando is flying at the moment, he's definitely made the next step as a driver also," Seidl told Sky Sports television after the second race of the year at Italy's Imola circuit. "Already in Bahrain (the season-opener) you could see that he definitely made the next step, as a person ... .
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Lando Norris has made a step up, says McLaren boss

The Times of India 19 Apr 2021
But thank you very much," he said ... "Lando is flying at the moment, he's definitely made the next step as a driver also," Seidl told Sky Sports television after the second race of the year at Italy's Imola circuit. "Already in Bahrain (the season-opener) you could see that he definitely made the next step, as a person ... .
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Italy's Renzi Denies Breaking Any Rule With Bahrain Grand Prix Trip Amid Public Outcry

Urdu Point 29 Mar 2021
Renzi's appearance on live television with Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the prime minister of Bahrain and Jean Todt, the head of Formula One's governing body FIA, at the event on Sunday fueled social controversy back home.
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